Centruroides

Centruroides

(sen'tru-roy'dēz),
A genus of North American scorpions, the commonest species of which are Centruroides gracilis, the margarite scorpion; Centruroides vittatus, the stripe-back scorpion; and Centruroides sculpturatus, the deadly sculptured scorpion.
See also: Scorpionida.

Centruroides

A genus of venomous arachnids known popularly as scorpions.

Centruroides

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An approximate number of 30 species of scorpions are potentially harmful for human beings, where 19 species belong to the family Buthidae, and the genus Centruroides and Tityus, found in America (Chippaux & Goyffon, 2008).
Centruroides sculpturatus venom and platelet reactivity: possible role in scorpion venom induced defibrination syndrome.
Four antivenins are commercially available for acute envenomation: black widow spider antivenin, Centruroides (scorpion) immune [F(ab').
bustamantei Ochoa & Chaparro, 2008, Centruroides margaritatus (Gervais, 1841) y Brachistosternus ehrenbergii (Gervais, 1841).
The Arizona bark scorpion, Centruroides sculpturatus, wields particularly nasty venom.
Preferred Microhabitat Conditions for Centruroides vittatus in Middle Tennessee.
Pediatric electrocardiograph abnormalities following Centruroides limpidus tecomanus scorpion envenomation.
Distributions of the scorpions Centruroides vittatus (Say) and Centruroides hentzi (Banks) in the United States and Mexico (Scorpiones, Buthidae).
Behavioural changes due to fungus infection in scorpions has not been previouly described, however, in response to parasitism by entomopathogenic nematodes, the bark scorpion Centruroides exilicauda (Wood, 1863) showed modified walking and grooming patterns (Gouge and Snyder, 2005).